Day of the Dead

Day of Dead parade honors Mexican quake victims, rescuers
A raised fist made of helmets, pick axes and broken rubble rolled ahead of hundreds of walking skeletons, costumed dancers and flowery floats Saturday in Mexico City’s Day of the Dead parade, which this year honored the 228 capital residents killed by a Sept. 19 earthquake. “Thank you, rescuers!” belted out Guadalupe Perez, 56, as...
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Around 30,000 people will participate in a procession of Catrinas organized by Mega Body Paint, a civil organization that seeks to rescue Mexican traditions and the promotion of the cultural roots through the unique event. The president of Mega Body Paint Mexico, Jessica Esquivias, explained that on October 22, around 200 artists will begin the...
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Intent on preserving traditions, Sayulita is preparing to celebrate its 5th Day of the Dead Festival starting October 31 through November 2, 2016. The invitation is open to all—this will be the largest festival of its kind in the Riviera Nayarit. “This year we’re exceeding expectations thanks to all the townspeople who have completely lent...
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Day of the Dead is one of the most iconic Mexican traditions because of the whole ritual around this date. There are different events in Puerto Vallarta, showing locals and visitors the mysticism behind this celebration. We’ll be waiting for you. Don’t miss one of the most iconic traditions of Mexico, in Puerto Vallarta. From...
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Puerto Vallarta tourism is taking aim at promotions through sharing its Mexican traditions, and Day of the Dead is offering a prime opportunity this year as the city hosts the XII Congress of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World. International Congress of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World will be attended by delegations...
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This week Puerto Vallarta, and all of Mexico, begins celebrations for the Day of the Dead celebrations, an honoring of those who have passed. Here are 12 symbols you may see in Puerto Vallarta and around Mexico along with their meaning for this very special holiday. 1) Altar: As stated before, many people make altars...
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The 4th Altar Contest will be celebrated in the Magic Town of Sayulita on November 1st and 2nd in the style of the Surf Capital of the Riviera Nayarit in honor of the Day of the Dead. About 40 different altars will be raised in the villages main square with the participation of all its...
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From October 28 to November 2 Puerto Vallarta celebrates the most representative tradition of Mexico, Day of the Dead, and has prepared a series of activities for you to learn more about this unique celebration which will be held in different venues around the city. Enjoy a delicious Pan de Muerto while walking through art...
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All five city cemeteries are ready to welcome an estimated 16,000 people on November first and second as they come to visit their dearly departed during Day of the Dead, the Puerto Vallarta government reported. The improvements and cleaning of the area cemeteries is a noticeable difference to those who have loved ones buried in...
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